About the Program
Unique characteristics of the Westlake Girls Lacrosse High School program include:
- Westlake HS Girls Lacrosse offers players the chance to earn PE credit.
- Varsity club team members receive varsity letters.
- Opportunities to receive awards and special recognition that can be used on college applications.
Our unique characteristics grow as the program evolves and with each new member who joins the team.
Our Accolades & Achievements
(girls returning for next season)
D1 State Finals – Runner-up
State Playoff Appearances
2019, 2021, 2022
(2020 post-season was canceled due to COVID pandemic)
Coach of the Year Honors
2019, 2021 – Amanda Keel
2022 – Maggie Zidar, Emily Severson, Morgan Ortega, Zoe Montoya, Alex Clarkson, Livi Belew
2021 – Ava Belew, Jenna Severson, Livi Belew, Kate Van Oast, Ava Keene, Eleanor Hutcheson, Danielle Miller, Susanna Talbert, Sloane Bock
2019 – Sasha Charrier, Olivia Jensen, Maddie McGovern, Jenna Severson, Kate Severson, Elise Smoot
2022 – Jenna Severson, Maddie McGovern, Olivia Jensen, Mia Jensen, Abigail Garrison, Ava Belew
2021 – Olivia Jensen, Maddie McGovern, Sarah Diehl, Ellen Gernert, Alex Clarkson
2019 – Eleanor Hutcheson, Peyton Murphy, Blue Pepper
2022, 2021 – Olivia Jensen
2019 – Peyton Murphy
US Lacrosse Academic All-American Honors
2022 – Ava Belew
2021 – Olivia Jensen
US Lacrosse All-American the prestigious Jackie Pitts Award
2022 – Olivia Jensen
Our High School Development Plans
Develop lacrosse skill levels fundamentals!
Interested in learning more about women’s lacrosse? Our development plans were created to provide guidance that embraces the player and program attributes of Westlake High School Girls Lacrosse. Development plans cover focal points, strategic goals and benchmarks that help players excel.
Each develop plan covers three categories:
- Proficiency Level Skills
- Developing Level Skills
- Exposure Level Skills